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Canadian Financial News

Published: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 15:09:21 -0400

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Noble to pay $494 million for Suncor assets

Tue, 05 Jan 2010 10:06:13 -0500

Noble Energy Inc. said it will pay $494 million for almost all of Suncor Energy's upstream Rocky Mountain assets to add to its reserves.

Dissenters can't stop EnCana split

Wed, 25 Nov 2009 15:54:17 -0500

Several dissenters criticized the divorce of one of Canada's largest corporations during yesterday's special meeting of EnCana shareholders in Calgary.

Energy consumption down in battered economy

Tue, 24 Nov 2009 11:20:15 -0500

Canadians consumed less energy last year but not because we have greener attitudes.

Point/counterpoint: Is taxing carbon the way to avoid disaster or more hot air?

Mon, 09 Jun 2008 00:00:00 -0400

British Columbia has announced a carbon tax. Now Quebec and Ontario are jumping in with a proposed cap-and-trade plan to price carbon. Is this the way to avoid disaster or more hot air?

Companies look to Germany for tradespeople

Mon, 26 Feb 2007 18:45:34 -0500

Germany's surplus could be the answer to Alberta's shortage. At least that's what 15 Alberta companies seeking out skilled labour are banking on after advertising at a job fair today in the western German city of Essen, with another scheduled for Wednesday in Berlin.

Oil profits to plunge

Thu, 22 Feb 2007 06:01:18 -0500

Profits in the country's oil extraction industry are expected to plunge this year before returning to record form by the end of the decade, says the Conference Board of Canada.